Welcome to Lake Light Sculpture Exhibition Entry Form 2020

Due to its popularity last year, the small sculpture exhibition returns this year as part of the $26,800 prize pool. On offer again will also be the Outdoor $5,000 Illumination Award which, by simply lighting your own sculpture, you can be eligible for.

Entry Fees

Easter 2020 – 10th-13th April 2020

Entry to our event which includes both exhibitions is $40 for a single entry and $80 for multiple entries regardless of which exhibition or combination of.

Artist Details:

First Name (required):

Surname (required):

Postal Address (required):

Suburb/Town (required):

Postcode (required):

Mobile No. (required):

Home/Office No. (optional - please include area code):

School contact name (optional):

Your Email (required):

Artist Biography (optional - but preferred!):

Sculpture Details:

Exhibition (required): OutdoorIndoor

Title of Artwork (required):

Materials (required):

Dimensions - largest piece if multiple pieces (required):
Height cm
Width cm
Length cm

Upload a photo, sketch or detailed description showing sculpture - max file size is 10mb - doc, docx, pdf, jpg, jpeg or gif accepted.
File attachment (optional):

Your entry must not include sharp or dangerous parts that may cause injury to the public whilst on display. Entries that are deemed potentially harmful will not be accepted until modification has been made to make the entry safe to the satisfaction of the LLS Artistic Director.

Do you require crane assistance to install your sculpture?: YesNo
Entries requiring crane assistance for installation must be installed on Wednesday between noon and 2pm

What day will you install your sculpture? WednesdayThursday
Local entries are encouraged to install their sculptures on Wednesday.
Sculptures must be fully installed by 2pm Thursday.

How many hours will it take to install your sculpture? (required):

Please nominate any site preferences in accordance with the map provided (optional) - 150 characters max:
Site 1:


Site 2:


Are you providing your own lights? (required) YesNo
You must click YES to be eligible for the Major Illumination Award

Are you providing your own power? YesNo
All artist supplied power and lights must be tested and tagged by a qualified electrician prior to installation. Please contact us if you require assistance with this.
If supplying solar power for your lighting, please consider if the lighting will run from dusk to 10.30pm.

Artist Statement (required) - 150 characters max:


Price (required):

The pricing for your sculpture sale/s below must be inclusive of the 25% commission payable to Lake Light Sculpture Inc. Minimum price $50. Please note POA and EOI will not be accepted.

Single Sculpture or Full Collection (multiple pieces) Price:

Do you also wish to price your individual pieces (for multiple piece entries) for separate sale? If YES, please specify the following for each:

Individual pieces:

Description 1:
Description 2:
Description 3:
Description 4:
Description 5:
Description 6:

If you have more than six different individual pieces as part of your single entry, please contact the entry co-ordinator Annette Findlay on 0423 081 850 to provide further information.
NOTE: Subsequent Entry Submission/s can be made after you submit your first Entry.

Would you like to receive commission referrals for this entry? (required) YesNo

Artist sculpture sales will be paid by EFT. Please supply the following bank details so this can be processed for you:

Account Name (optional):

BSB (optional):

Account No. (optional):

Award Categories - Outdoor Exhibition Entry:

Please select one or more categories you'd like to enter.

Major Award $10,000
Open to all entries

Illumination Award $5,000
Must include illumination as an integral part of the work. Power provided by LLS, but all equipment and lighting installed by artist (if you require lighting from LLS, you are not eligible for this prize).

ANU School of Art & Design Sculpture Workshop Residency Prize
This includes accommodation and workspace at ANU School of Art, Sculpture Workshop for 3 weeks.

Waste to Art Award $1,500
Work significantly* sourced from reused and recycled materials. *(80% minimum)

Environment Awareness Award $2,500
Works dealing with Australian or Global environmental issues.

Snowy Monaro Environment Award $2,500
Works that have a strong connection to, or comment on, the local Snowy Monaro Region.

Encouragement Award $550
Open to all entries.

People's Choice Award - Night - Illumination $550
Open to all entries.

People's Choice Award - Day - non-Illumination $550
Open to all entries.

Youth Award $550
Open to all entrants aged up to and including 21 years. Please provide DOB:

School Award $550
Open to all school entries.

Award Categories - Indoor Exhibition Entry:

Please select one or more categories you'd like to enter.

Major Award $1,000
Open to all entries

People's Choice Award $550
Open to all entries

Volunteer Details:

If you are staying in Jindabyne for the Easter weekend, we would appreciate some of your time in the exhibition entry tent. Visitors to the event love to chat to the sculptors and learn more about you & your works.

Are you able to volunteer at the exhibition?
Yes I would like to volunteerNo


Opening Awards Ceremony:

All entrants and friends are invited to the Opening and Awards Ceremony on Good Friday at 10am at a location to be confirmed.
How many of you including yourself will be attending the Opening and Awards Ceremony?


The submission of your entry/s does not constitute automatic acceptance into the exhibition. Entry acceptance will be sent to you on Monday 23rd March 2020.

Entry payment is due at time of entry lodgement. Single Entry $40 Multiple Entry $80

Entry payment can be made by direct deposit or EFT to:
Lake Light Sculpture Incorporated
BSB 032-728
Account No. 189527

Please use your surname as the reference on your payment and forward a copy of the payment receipt to entries@lakelightsculpture.com.au

Or please forward a cheque to:
Lake Light Sculpture Inc,
PO Box 359,
Jindabyne NSW 2627

referencing your name and Title of Artwork.

2020 Lake Light Sculpture Jindabyne
Terms and Conditions of Entry

Please read the terms and conditions below and click submit for your entry to be processed.
Lake Light Sculpture (LLS) Incorporated is a not for profit association and is managed by the Lake Light Sculpture Volunteer Management Committee.

By submitting your entry, you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions of the 2020 Lake Light Sculpture exhibition.

1.1. LLS is open to all types and forms of sculptures.
1.2. All entries must be submitted on the 2020 LLS entry form, available online at www.lakelightsculpture.com.au
1.3. Multiple entries will be accepted but need to be submitted separately. See instructions at the end of your first entry.
1.4. Acceptance of entries is at the discretion of the Volunteer Management Committee.
1.5. Late entries will not be considered.
1.6. Site allocation is limited and allocation will be decided by the Artistic Director and the Volunteer Management Committee.

2.1. Installation of sculptures will take place on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th April 2020.
2.2. There will be access to a HIAB crane from Noon to 2pm on Wednesday 8th April only. If you require usage of the crane for your installation, please contact Artistic Director, Ben Eyles, on 0410 583 769 to book and finalise these arrangements by Wednesday 1st April 2020.
2.3. Please be realistic about the time an assistance you may require for installing and remove your sculpture.
2.4. Outdoor sculptures must be fully installed by 2pm on Thursday 9th April 2020 before judging commences at 3:00pm.
2.5. All artists will be asked to exit the site by 2pm even if their installations are not completed. Failure to comply with this condition may result in entry being disqualified from judging although at the discretion of the event Artistic Director, installation may be completed the following morning to enable work to be included in the exhibition for the viewing public.
2.6. Artists are responsible for the transportation of sculptures to and from the exhibition site, installation (refer also to Section 9 below) and the removal of all packaging and associated material to ensure site looks akin to a professional viewing gallery.

3.1. Indoor Sculptures can be delivered to Rydges Horizons – Snowy Mountains, 10 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne between Noon to 4pm Wednesday 8th April 2020 and 11am to 1pm Thursday 9th April 2020 only.
3.2. Indoor (Small) sculptures must be delivered by no later than 1pm Thursday April 9th 2020.
3.3. Failure to comply with this condition may result in entry being disqualified from judging although at discretion of the event Artistic Director, installation may be completed after 4pm on Thursday 9 April 2020 to enable work to be included in the exhibition for the viewing public.
3.4. Artists are responsible for the transportation of sculptures to and from the exhibition site, installation (refer also to Section 9 below) and the removal of all packaging and associated material to ensure site looks akin to a professional viewing gallery.

4.1. The event is advertised as open for public viewing until Noon on Monday 13th April 2020. Accordingly, and due to safety considerations, under no circumstances can artworks be removed from the exhibitions before this time.
4.2. All artworks must be removed by 5pm Monday 13th April 2020.
4.3. No security is employed after 4pm Monday 13th April 2020.
4.4. Failure to comply with condition 4.1 may disqualify you for acceptance into future exhibitions.
4.5. Costs incurred in removal of sculptures remaining after 5pm Monday 13th April 2020 will be billed to sculptor.

5.1. Entry fees are not refundable.
5.2. Entry fees can be paid by cash, cheque or direct deposit. Cheques must be made out to Lake Light Sculpture Incorporated. Direct deposits must reference the artist name.
Bank Account name - Lake Light Sculpture Incorporated
BSB 032-728
Account number 189527.
5.3. Please forward a copy of the EFT direct deposit receipt if payment is made by this method.

6.1. Judging will commence Thursday 9th April 2020 from 3:00pm.
6.2. All prizes are non-negotiable.
6.3. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
6.4. All prize money is subject to change at the discretion of the LLS Committee and artists will be advised by email.

7.1. Advise a nominated price if you wish to sell your sculpture. Minimum sale price $50. POA or EOI will not be accepted.
7.2. All sale prices of works will be deemed absolute and final from the date entries are accepted.
7.3. 25% commission applies to all sales from the event, including sales of acquisitive prizes, and for a period of 3 months after the event.
7.4. It is anticipated that large sculptures will be delivered to the purchaser by the artist. As such, no additional delivery charges will be negotiated by the Sculpture Sales committee. Please keep this in mind when determining your sales price which will be published in the catalogue.
7.5. No independent transactions will be made by the artist.
7.6. Failure to comply with condition 7.4 &/or 7.5 may result in the artist being disqualified from future events.
7.7. Multiple sculptures must have identifying numbers and pricing. Tags to facilitate this are located at the Exhibition Entry Tent. Please liaise with the Entries co-ordinator, Annette Findlay, to obtain a numbering sequence prior to installation which correlates to our sales register.
7.8. We ask that you remain contactable during the entire event in case the committee needs to contact you regarding your sculpture sale or an enquiry.
7.9. Artists may contact the Sales Committee on 0473 403 347 from 6pm Sunday 12 April 2020 to enquire whether their artwork/s have sold to determine whether they need to return to remove work on Monday 13 April 2020.

8.1. Power is only provided in specific areas. These areas include the full length of the exhibition area on the southern (town) side of the path and the large flat area at the western (caravan park) end of the event. The power usage is limited to 200 watts per site.
8.2. Nominate 2 site zones on the map and indicate if power is required.
8.3. Sculptures should be viewable from the pathway and not require viewers to walk off the path.
8.4. There is no guarantee that nominated sites will be allocated or that power will be available. There is power available for 40 of the 60 sites.
8.5. Sites are within zones. Multiple sculptures can fit within certain zones, size permitting
8.6. If you require a specific site or location, please include a photo of the site so that you are allocated the correct site in the correct zone. Please phone (text preferred during working hours) Ben Eyles on 0410 583 769 or email artisticdirector@lakelightsculpture.com.au for further site information.

9.1. Applicants should consider:
9.1.1. the safety and impact of the environment, landscape & public when driving to and from installation sites
9.1.2. possible site locations
9.1.3. lighting requirements ensuring electrical equipment is suitable for outdoor use
9.1.4. ease of installation and removal
9.1.5. impact on the environment
9.1.6. safety of viewers – no sharp protruding edges, a secure base
9.1.7. extreme weather conditions, high winds
9.1.8. restrictions and amendments to sites may occur due to safety and/or environmental reasons
9.2. Works considered unsafe or inappropriate will be deemed ineligible.
9.3. To encourage visitors to obtain an event catalogue, no interpretative or additional signage is allowed as part of the sculpture display. The catalogue will contain the Artist’s Statement. The site will only display the catalogue number, name of artist, name of sculpture, materials & sale price. Please provide this information as part of your Artist Statement requested on the application. Note: Artist Statement should not be longer than 25 words.

10.1. All entries containing their own lighting will be eligible for the Illumination Award.
10.2. Sculptures utilising any lighting provided by the organising committee will NOT be eligible for the $5,000 Illumination Award.
10.3. The Committee reserves the right to illuminate entries after judging has concluded if we believe this will enhance the exhibition to the viewing public &/or for reasons of safety.
10.4. Peripheral exhibition lighting will be set by the Site Manager and/or site electrician if requested; however, your input into lighting your work is vital as to how your work is viewed during the evening. Please take some time to consider this and to provide the appropriate lighting equipment for this.
10.5. Please consider other artists when designing your lighting. Too much light will be considered ‘light pollution’ and will have to be reduced. This will be at the discretion of the Committee. Contact Ben Eyles, Artistic Director, on 0410 583 769 if you wish to discuss this further.
10.6. All artists providing their own sculpture lighting must contact event electrician, Mark Ovens of No- Stress Electrical on 0418 401 289 when submitting their entry form to obtain clearance for their lighting requirements.
10.7. Electrical components must not exceed 200 watts and must be tag tested by a licensed electrician to Australian electrical standards and be suitable for outdoor use. Please note: No power is provided during daylight hours.
10.8. Lighting testing will only be conducted at 4pm Wednesday 8th April 2020. This will be your only opportunity to test your lighting prior to judging.

11.1. The Organising Committee engages a Security Company to patrol the exhibition between the following times;
• Installation days - Wednesday and Thursday 5pm to 8am
• Exhibition days - Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8pm to 8am
• Outside these times the exhibition is patrolled by the organising committee and volunteers.
11.2. No security will be provided after 4pm on Monday 13th April 2020.
11.3. LLS Committee will take precautions to minimise the risk to the sculptures exhibited.
11.4. It is a condition of exhibiting that the artist accepts full liability for theft of and/or damage to their exhibit.
11.5. Exhibitors are strongly advised to ensure they carry their own insurances.

12.1. All risk and responsibility for sculptures always remain with the artist.
12.2. Artists agree not to issue press releases without the written consent of the organising committee.
12.3. By signing the entry form, artists give the Committee of Lake Light Sculpture Jindabyne exclusive right to reproduce images of submitted work for any purpose, including but not limited to the exhibition brochure, website promotion of the event and promotional material for future exhibitions.
12.4 Sculptures cannot affect or damage the environment or surrounding areas in any way.
12.5. All instructions and requests from the Organising Committee, Police, Council Officers and pubic authorities must be complied with.
12.6. All artist disputes will be adjudicated by three committee members before a decision is made. This decision is then final and no further discussion or correspondence will be entered into.
12.7. All transactions are to occur in Australian Dollars.
12.8. Should you wish to use images from the exhibition for whatever purpose, the organising committee must be notified prior to the use of the images. All images used must credit Lake Light Sculpture - Jindabyne.
12.9. All entrants must remain contactable throughout the exhibition period.
12.10. It is a condition of entry that all artists and/or their representatives always conduct themselves in a respectful manner in conversing or corresponding with the Volunteer Organising Committee, either prior to, or during the exhibition.
Misconduct, includes, but is not limited to;
12.10.1. conduct that may be reasonably perceived as harassment, intimidation, threatening, physical or emotional abuse;
12.10.2. conduct which fails to satisfactorily comply with reasonable instruction given by a Committee member or members;
12.10.3. conduct which in any way impedes the satisfactory operation of the event;
12.10.4. conduct which is deceptive or dishonest
and may result in the artist being dismissed from the exhibition forthwith with no further discussion or correspondence being entered into.

• Friday 6th March 2020 – Closing date for entries
• Monday 23rd March 2020 – All artists will have received confirmation and receipt of entry
• Wednesday 1st April 2020 – If crane is required book with Ben Eyles 0410 583 769
• Wednesday 8th April 2020 – Noon to 2pm only - Crane available
• Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th April 2020 – Exhibition setup days (Refer 2.4 & 3.2 above for time deadlines)
• Wednesday 8th April 2020 – 4pm – Only opportunity to test lighting prior to judging for Illuminated Entries
• Thursday 9th April 2020 – 2pm – Outdoor sculpture sites to be ready for judging
• Thursday 9th April 2020 – 3pm – Judging of Entries
• Friday 10th April 2020 – 10am - Opening Event and Awards Ceremony. Location to be advised
• Sunday 12th April 2020 – 4pm – Drinks with the Artists and Announcement of People’s Choice Awards
• Monday 13th April 2020 – 12noon – Deinstallation of sculptures
• Monday 13th April 2020 – 4pm – No further security for sculptures
• Monday 13th April 2020 – 5pm – Site to be fully restored and empty of all sculptural installations

If you have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions, please submit your entry now.

NOTE: If you wish to enter additional sculptures for yourself in either the Indoor or Outdoor exhibition you will be re-directed to a page to do this after you have clicked submit for this entry.

Please complete the form to enter. One form per entry. You will be directed at the bottom of the Terms and Conditions to add additional entries if required.